Following a digital health conference, IRIS partnered with Relentless Health Value podcast to discuss the place for telemedicine in the very near future.
First up in this interview is Louis Morrow. Louis is the sales director of the east region of IRIS, which stands for Intelligent Retinal Imaging Systems. Louis overviews the IRIS solution, which is the context we need to set up the conversation with Tiffany Wandy from LifeBridge Health. Tiffany is the executive director of the LifeBridge Health Clinically Integrated Network and operational director of their accountable care organization (ACO). If you are a health system or other provider executive looking for insight into how to effectively roll out a digital medicine solution that produces measurable results—including better patient outcomes, satisfaction, and quality metrics—you’ve come to the right place.
Louis Morrow is regional director of sales for Intelligent Retinal Imaging Systems (IRIS), the leading comprehensive solution provider of diagnostic telemedicine services committed to ending preventable blindness due to diabetic eye disease. Louis was one of the earliest builders at IRIS and has played a major role in saving the eyesight of over 55,000 patients (so far) through the partnerships he built with major health systems and integrated delivery networks across the country. He’s an award-winning consultative sales team leader with more than 20 years of successful experience in the eye care space and has held senior sales leadership positions across multiple companies.
Tiffany Wandy is executive director of the Clinically Integrated Network for LifeBridge Health, a regional health care organization based in northwest Baltimore and its surrounding counties. LifeBridge Health consists of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, LifeBridge Health & Fitness, hundreds of primary care and specialty physicians throughout the region, and many affiliated health-related partners. Prior to joining LifeBridge, Tiffany was a senior data analyst and lead program consultant for the CareFirst Patient-Centered Medical (PCMH) Program, where she served as an adviser to primary care providers on best practices relating to the implementation of coordinated care delivery models. Tiffany has both payer and provider experience and leverages this knowledge to drive increased use of analytics, business development, and practice transformation for rural, suburban, and urban organizations.